Jennifer Lopez Shares Adorable Childhood Memory About Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' at Red Sox Game


When she’s not busy at the recording studio, performing, acting or being a judge on World Dance, Jennifer Lopez can be found enjoying a ball game.

On Sunday, Lopez and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez attended a Yankees vs. Red Sox game at Boston's Fenway Park, and as the game was coming to an end, J.Lo recorded herself singing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” -- a Boston baseball tradition.

The classic tune is played at the bottom the eighth inning at every Red Sox home game, and it’s a song that takes her back to her childhood.

“I love this song!!” she posted on the caption. “My mom said this song came out around the time I was born and her and my dad used to sing it to me but when the sweet Caroline part came they would sing Sweet Jennifer,” she said.

The video captures a smiling J.Lo swaying her head side-to-side and singing part the lyric. She added: “Whenever I hear it I see a picture in my mind my mommy and daddy singing to me as a baby and it always makes me happy inside and smile real big on the outside!!”

Watch the adorable post below.